Choose from These Compact Cameras to Bring on Your Trip

Today, there is already a plethora of compact cameras that are great for travel, with new updates and releases flooding the market every now and then. This assures us that we are being offered the most up-to-date technologies, but it is also making it difficult to decide which one to choose. To help you with this, start your research with those that are considered best in this category.


Panasonic Lumix TZ70

Among the crowd-favorite Panasonic TZ-series cameras, the Lumix TZ70 seems to be outperforming them all. It is built with an electronic viewfinder to the rear, which can help you view an image direct to your eye when sunlight makes it difficult to see the rear screen. However, if you are not interested in this feature, then you can opt for the Lumix TZ57, instead.


Canon PowerShot S120

A highly pocketable camera, the S120 does not compromise quality when it comes to the resulting photos. In the “compact” category, there are surely a few other competitors that are also worth checking, but this one from Canon is not as complex and pricey as the more advanced models with large sensors, but it is just as fine. What’s more, its price has even dropped considerably since it was launched, so it may be high time to buy it today!


Fujifilm X100T

Fujifilm’s X-range stormed the high-end compact camera market, with the X100T keeping the bar high for it. However, this model may not be good when it comes to close-up macro photography by any means, as wide apertures will render soft images in this type of situation. Nevertheless, the X100T really sells with its electronic viewfinder and unique-to-Fuji hybrid optical. Moreover, it already has an electronic rangefinder that allows for more accurate manual focus.

Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 III

At its size, the RX100 III pretty much has it all. It is small enough to be put inside your pocket, but it is premium-built with a pop-out electronic viewfinder and other great features. It can also take great-quality images with its 1-inch sensor. Now, which one should you choose?


Photos by: Giuseppe MiloMario Antonio Pena Zapateríaraneko, and Kārlis Dambrāns

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